6. Don’t let water get in the transmission.
Careful with liquids! We’re really sorry if water got into your car’s transmission somehow. Even the slightest amount of water can lead to the need to replace the transmission.
7. Avoid keeping your gas tank on low.
You should keep your tank no less than 1/4 full. And there are several reasons for this: First, the fuel gauge isn’t always accurate and your car could just stop earlier than you expected.
Second, the low level of gas can damage your car because fuel keeps all the details lubricated. This is especially important for cars with an automatic transmission.
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8. Don’t shift your car from “drive” to “reverse” before it stops moving.
It is always better to use only one foot for driving with automatic transmission. Some of us used to drive a manual where both feet are needed. If you use both feet you can accidentally step on both pedals at the same time, especially in a stressful situation. So it is better to train yourself immediately to just use one foot.
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